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AppNeta offers modern performance monitoring for cloud.

AppNeta + Maven: Now easier than ever!
May 11, 2016 by

Company News

We are excited to announce the availability of AppNeta Java artifacts on Maven! It’s now easier and faster than ever to add performance monitoring to Java apps. Maven is designed to make building and managing Java projects easier and with this update, we now enable users to add our Java agent and/or the custom instrumentation
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JRuby: Performance Plus the Whole Java World on a Silver Platter
August 21, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

We’re happy to announce that we just recently released our first java platform gem with JRuby instrumentation for AppNeta Traceview. It’s been exciting and at times a bit challenging but we’re very happy to now offer full JRuby support for application performance monitoring. We found JRuby to be very interesting. You have this hard-core team
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Building and Testing a Microservice in a Service-Oriented Architecture
June 23, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

Building a single app is hard enough. Building out multiple capabilities into that app is even harder. As part of our ongoing experience to build a full-stack monitoring tool, we recently refactored our logins out of the individual modules we’ve built and into a Microservice, built in Java. We would like to share our experience
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How Logging Killed a Java Web Server
March 5, 2014 by

Industry Insights

Logging is an essential component in any application as it gives useful insight into code execution. When tracking down bugs, robust logging aids developers by providing additional information without deploying debugging tools. However, in a recent memory problem we investigated, a seemingly harmless logging statement almost killed the whole web application!

5 Ways to Get the Most Out of a Software Co-op Position
November 25, 2013 by

Company News

College (or university, for us Canadians) is a magical time. There probably won’t be any other chance in my life for me to try, and fail at, as many things as I have in the last 3-odd years. While I may regret thinking I could play basketball or solve partial differential equations, there is one
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Tracing Black Boxes III: Solr Query Performance Tuning
September 10, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

Solr Server provides JMX statistics that show performance details such as query speed and cache hit/miss rates in a macro level, which James talked about in a previous post. However, it might be tough to trace how a particular operation; for example: how a specific query fared in the system. This week, I’d like to
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Tracing Black Boxes II: Monitoring Solr
September 4, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

Your site is indexed on Google, but that doesn’t mean you’re done with search. Content-rich websites provide native search functionality to keep users engaged, maintain visual consistency, and provide content-aware filtering. But it’s very hard to implement an effective, scalable search system, which is why Apache Solr is just about the most popular ‘black box’
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AppNeta offers modern performance monitoring for cloud.

A Painless Introduction to Java’s ThreadLocal Storage
July 22, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

What is ThreadLocal? A simple example As its name suggests, a single instance of ThreadLocal can store different values for each thread independently. Therefore, the value stored in a ThreadLocal instance is specific (local) to the current running Thread, any other code logic running on the same thread will see the same value, but not
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AppNeta offers modern performance monitoring for cloud.

How to Create and Destroy Java Memory Leaks
June 24, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

Thanks to Java’s memory management built into the JVM, developers are shielded from common memory leak problems in lower level by automated memory allocation and garbage collection. However, Java is not immune from memory problems caused by higher-level code design defects. Java Memory Leak? How is that possible? The first memory pitfall that come into
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Instrument Java code your way: TraceView Java API at your service!
May 8, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

When it comes to analyzing your web application’s performance, TraceView has already instruments a wide spectrum of Java components, such as application servers, frameworks and JDBC connections, all with the convenience of simply including TraceView Java agent jar in your JVM. However, have you come across situations that make you think, “It would have been nice
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